This week continues to develop as a huge one for this year’s Pitt recruiting class.
Tonight, we’ve confirmed that Ohio defensive end Dontay Hunter will become at least the 13th player to make his Pitt official visit this week.
Hunter tells PSN that he’ll make his official visit tomorrow, then later this week make official visits to Purdue and Kentucky and make his college decision on Sunday.
Hunter (6-4, 235) is a 3-star defensive end from Westerville, Ohio. While Hunter has a final three of Pitt, Purdue and Kentucky, he also was offered by Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Rutgers and Tennessee.
Tonight Hunter tells PSN that Pitt is a finalist because of his relationship with Pat Narduzzi, Randy Bates and Charlie Partridge. He believes they’re a staff that can get him to the NFL. Narduzzi is someone that’s been in contact with Hunter over the last few months.
While on his visit, Hunter is anxious to look into his college major which will be either sports medicine or law enforcement (FBI).
Hunter is rated as one of the Top 20 prospects in the state of Ohio.